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Bad Sex is a Health Warning

By Mary Bradley Weak erections or premature ejaculation, while a “downer” literally, can also be a sign of serious underlying health issues. If you’re going more than a month with no mojo, you should check it out with a doctor.…
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Die noodsaaklikheid van seksopvoeding en jou 'tween'

Deur Dr. Elna Rudolph, gepubliseer in Intiem Tydskrif, Maart 2015. Jou tween is op daardie ongemaklike stadium - nóg kind nóg tiener. 'n Inbetweener, of kortweg, 'n tween. Die vrae raak al hoe meer. Hulle selfbeeld word vanuit alle…
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7 Ways Brain Health can improve your Sex Life

7 Ways Brain Health Will Improve your Sex Life Written by: Annie Lizstan for My Sexual Health Make no mistake; the brain is indeed the ultimate sex organ.  The response to sexual stimulation ultimately begins in the brain, and this is…
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Wedding Night - What to Expect

Published by Femagene. Many newlyweds experience nervousness before their first night of having sex. This educational video will give you some peace of mind of what to expect and how to curb the tension.
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Dealing with his high libido

  The typical couple that the MSH doctors see, is there because the woman has a low libido – she does not want to have sex as often and as desperately as her man does. This is quite normal, since men’s testosterone levels are…
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Sexual Health Tests: What You Need When

Published in Clicks Clubcard Magazine, June 2015. Knowing your ‘status’ isn’t only about HIV. Getting checked out for other STIs is crucial to protect your health – and your fertility. Flavoured condoms for everyone? This is…
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Let’s talk about sex

In today’s complicated and tricky world, sex is becoming an increasingly more difficult thing to define. “Sex” can mean vastly different things to different people. Each person has their own particular definition of what it means to…
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Should we vaccinate our daughters (and sons) against HPV?

By Anna Rich, published in Fair Lady Magazine, March 2013. The most common cancer in women in South Africa is cervical cancer. In most cases it's caused by human papiloma-virus (HPV). Now the HPV vaccine is available here - but it costs…